Tennessee’s depth continues to take hits entering spring practice as the Volunteers may be losing a young tight end to transfer.

According to 247Sports, Tennessee tight end Sean Brown has entered the NCAA transfer portal after two seasons with the program.

During his two years with the program, Brown has appeared in just two games and has yet to register any stats. Brown redshirted back in 2019 and failed to see the field in 2020.

Brown signed with Tennessee out of Coosa High School in Rome, Ga. Brown was ranked as the No. 40 tight end in the nation in the 2019 recruiting cycle.

Here is Brown’s bio listed on the Tennessee team site:

2019-20 First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll


Did not see action.

Redshirted … Played in two games … Was one of 15 players to make their debut in UT’s 45-0 victory over Chattanooga (9/14) … Also saw action against Vanderbilt (11/30) … Did not record any statistics.


2018 Coaches All-Region 7-AA selection … 2017 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class AA All-State Second Team selection … 2017 Rome News-Tribune All-Area First-Team selection … Helped lead Coosa High School to the Georgia Class AA state playoffs in 2018 … Played both tight end and defensive line … In his third game back from injury and Coosa’s regular season finale, recovered two fumbles, forced a fumble, made six tackles and rushed for 22 yards on three carries to help Coosa secure a playoff spot … Also played basketball.

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